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French translation of “float”

float

verb /fləut/
to (make something) stay on the surface of a liquid
flotter
A piece of wood was floating in the stream.
floating population a section of the population not permanently resident in a place.
population instable
floating restaurant a restaurant on a boat or other floating structure.
restaurant flottant
(Definition of float from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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